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Land use involves the management and modification of natural environment or wilderness into built environment such as settlements and semi-natural habitats ...

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Definition of Land Use – Our online dictionary has Land Use information from Environmental Science: In Context dictionary. Encyclopedia.com: English ...

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Definition of land use planning: The process by which lands are evaluated and assessed to become a basis for decisions involving land disposition and ...

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This resource helps local officials and the public understand the terms that are commonly used in the process of making local land use and planning decisions.

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Jul 6, 2005 ... Land use is based on the functional dimension of land for different human purposes or economic activities.

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A land—use classification is a classification providing information on land cover, and the types of human activity involved in land use.

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A revision of the land use classification system as presented in U.S. Geological Survey Circular ..... Special attention has been paid to the definitions of land use.

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land use planning definition: nCollectively: zoning, real estate permitting, planning and use, and those aspects of environmental law as apply to such real estate ...

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land use,. exploitation of land for agricultural, industrial, residential, recreational, or other purposes. Because the United States historically has a laissez-faire ...